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Press Release: The Automotive Service Councils Educational Foundation Awards 2021 Scholarships to 16 Students

The Automotive Service Councils Educational Foundation Awards

2021 Scholarships to 16 Students

Sacramento – The Automotive Service Councils Educational Foundation (ASCEF) is proud to announce that the Board of Trustees awarded 28 scholarships to 16 deserving students for a total of $23,500. To date, this is the largest amount awarded in the history of the Foundation.

“On behalf of the Board of Trustees, we are delighted to be helping so many students pursue their career in the automotive aftermarket industry and look forward to welcoming them into the ASCEF family of highly qualified automotive technicians,” said John Eppstein, Foundation Chair. “By awarding these scholarships, we hope to unite, inspire, and mentor these students while continuing ASCEF’s core mission to support and advance the automotive service industry.”

Through its successful Cars4Careers program, ASCEF turns donated cars into education and training for individuals wanting a career in the automotive service industry. Each year, ASCEF awards scholarships ranging from $500 – $1,000 to high school seniors who plan to enroll in post-high school technical/academic training or college undergraduates in the automotive service field. Since the establishment of the Foundation in 1998, ASCEF has awarded $168,250 in scholarships.

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Press Release: The Automotive Service Councils Educational Foundation is Sad to Announce the Passing of Trustee Dick DeLoach

The Automotive Service Councils Educational Foundation is Sad to Announce the Passing of Trustee Dick DeLoach

To honor his memory, the ASCCA created the Dick DeLoach Memorial Fund.

SACRAMENTO – The Automotive Service Councils Educational Foundation (ASCEF) is sad to announce the passing of Trustee Dick DeLoach. In honor of his memory, ASCCA members created the Dick DeLoach Memorial Fund to commemorate Dick’s long career in the automotive industry and his dedication as a Trustee to the ASCEF.

If you would like help honor Dick’s memory, please consider donating to this scholarship fund. You can donate by sending a check and note the Dick DeLoach Memorial Fund to the ASCCA office at 1 Capitol Mall, Suite 800, Sacramento, CA 95814. ASCEF’s goal is to reach $10,500 in donations by December 31.

“Dick was a leader in the automotive community and an integral part of the ASCEF Board of Trustees – he will be missed,” said Chair of ASCEF John Eppstein. “I’m proud to have a scholarship that will not only honor his commitment, but also continue to support young professionals through this fund.”

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Press Release: Automotive Service Councils Educational Foundation Awards 2020 Scholarships to 33 Students

Automotive Service Councils Educational Foundation Awards 2020 Scholarships to 33 Students

Sacramento – The Automotive Service Councils Educational Foundation (ASCEF) is proud to announce that the Board of Trustees awarded 36 scholarships to 33 deserving students for a total of $18,2500. To date, this is the largest amount awarded in the history of the Foundation.

“On behalf of the Board of Trustees, we are thrilled to be helping so many students pursue their career in the automotive services profession,” said John Eppstein, Foundation Chair. “By awarding these scholarships, we hope to unite, inspire, and mentor these students while continuing ASCEF’s core mission to support and advance the automotive service industry.”

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